Rakhi Men : Length - 2.5 centimeters, Width - 6 centimeters. Full Rakhi Length - 30 centimeters. Rakhi Women : Length - 6 centimeters, Width - 2 centimeters. Full Rakhi Length - 16 centimeters.
30 grams (approximately). Your rakhi order comes with a pair of cute complementary roli-chawal glass bottles irrespective of how many Rakhis you have in a single order. If you need more than one Roli-chawal bottle with your rakhis, you can request them at email@example.com Personalization : We also offer personalized packing and gifting options for your Rakhi gift. For more information kindly contact at firstname.lastname@example.org
Colourful patwa threadwork blue pottery beads rakhi handcrafted for the very special khatta meetha bond between brother and sister. Patwa is a thread & brass craft which originated in Rajasthan and is now practiced in parts of Rajasthan. Patwa community has been making traditional jewelry & accessories for women with thick weaves of thread & brass work in Rajasthan. By Purchasing Rakhi from iTokri you have proudly associated yourself with our artisan support initiative which brings happiness to more than 10000 families across India. Thanks so much!
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Vishnu Kumar Patwa is a Patwa craft artisan from Kaladera, Rajasthan. He got this craft from his father Mr. Antiram Ji Patwa. They belong to the traditional Patwa family who have been doing the Patwa craft for the last five generations. The whole family has been practicing this unique work for more than 80 years. Patwa is done with a special knotting and wrapping technique with thread. In this technique, the craftsmen use multiple silk threads of various colors and entwine them together. These threads are further bound using beads. He has even received Shilpi Saman Awards from NGO (Rural Urban Development Foundation). He has participated in fairs all over India eg.- Delhi, Jaipur, Hyderabad, Coimbatore, Goa, Bangalore, Chennai, Chandigarh by government NGO’s and private NGO’s.